Evaluation

Evaluation

A uniform system of assessment during the entire academic session functions. The implemented system of evaluation covers all the aspects of students's development in Scholastic and Co-Scholastic areas. The comprehensive component of evaluation which is under the guidelines of CBSE takes care of assessment of all round development of the child's personality.

Scholastic:

The academic year is divided into two Terms consisting of Term 1 and Term 2 are conducted to assess the performance of the students in academic subjects as given in the table below:

Primary and Middle Evaluation (I-VIII):

Class Term - 1
April - September
Term - 2
October - March
Grand Total
I - VIII U.T. N.B. Mid Term Total U.T. N.B. Final Term Total 200
10 10 80 100 10 10 80 100

Secondary Evaluation (IX-X):

Class July September December March Grand Total
IX U.T.-1 U.T.-2 U.T.-3 ANNUAL EXAM 100
10 10 10 80
X July September December January
U.T.-1 U.T.-2 U.T.-3 Pre-Board
10 10 10 80

*U.T. : Unit Test

  • The average of best two Unit Tests will be taken and will be converted into 10 marks for final result.
  • Note Book (N.B.) correction and Subject Enrichment Activity will be 10 marks for final term.

CO-SCHOLASTIC ACTIVITIES:

The students shall be awarded grades on a 3-point grading scale-

A = Outstanding
B = Very Good
C = Fair

Senior Secondary Evaluation (XI-XII):

At senior secondary level the year is divided into three terms.

Class Term-1 Term -2 Final
XI September December March
XII Term-1 Pre-Board-1 Pre-Board-2
September December January

In class XI a student has to take up three terminal examinations and secure minimum 33% marks as an aggregate of three terms in each subject so as to pass in the class. In case of subject involving practical it is compulsory to secure minimum 33% marks in theory and practical separately in addition to 33% marks in aggregate so as to pass in that subject.